Banks around the world are facing a significant weakening in loan quality as the coronavirus pandemic weigh on the economy.
This is also true in West Africa where depressed oil prices are also creating additional pressures on the banks’ profitability and capital adequacy. As banks' capital ratios are expected to decline relative to Risk Weighted Assets, it will become ever more important to forecast and manage capital adequacy.
In this webinar we will discuss:
- How banks can forecast expected credit losses under various economic scenarios taking in to account the downside risks on oil price
- How can their internal ratings be adjusted in order to incorporate the impact of the current situation and future pathways.
- How can data and analytics be leveraged for better decision making at all levels.
Joseph Ingwat, Relationship Manager, Moody’s Analytics (Moderator)
Dr. Greg. Jobome, Executive Director, Access Bank Plc
Metin Epozdemir, Director - Solutions Specialist, Moody's Analytics
Matteo Baraldi, Director - Solutions Specialist, Moody's Analytics
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